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Tax Insider Tip: ‘Flipping’
14/11/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

As long as the initial election for Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief has been made, it can then be varied (‘flipped’) as many times as desired ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Expenses On Sale
07/11/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

After the decision has been made to sell a rental property, expenses incurred cannot be deducted from the rental income received after that date. Although there ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Trader Or Investor?
28/10/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - General Tax

Anyone buying property to let out on a long-term basis will most likely be deemed an investor, whereas someone buying to refurbish then sell, whether resulting in ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Delay In Occupation
24/10/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

There is a limited concession to extend Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief should the owner not move into his or her only or main residence on purchase. This ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Legal Fees
14/10/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

Expenditure on professional fees is deductible from the rental income of a property as revenue expenditure if incurred for the purposes of the rental business. Fees ... Continue Reading

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ICPA Chairman Tony Margaritelli on scammers, CAT, M&S and HMRC in his latest in practice blog